Update 6:27 a.m.
According to the Associated Press:
Former medical center chief Mike Duggan and county sheriff Benny Napoleon have received the most votes in Detroit's mayoral primary.
The results are unofficial, with the top two vote-getters moving on to the November general election.
Write-ins made up 52.5 percent of the vote, with 601 of 614 precints reporting late Tuesday. Duggan received 46 percent of the votes. Napoleon was second with 29.6 percent.
Update 11:44 p.m.
Benny Napoleon has secured a spot in the general election for Detroit Mayor. "Write-in candidates" took the other spot. Mike Duggan was running a strong write-in campaign in the city. We'll have to wait to see whether he'll face Napoleon in the general election.
The spreadsheet below will continue to be updated. (If don't see the spreadsheet in this post, click on this link).
Bold denotes the winners.
We're following election results for some of the races around the state. If you don't see the results you are looking for here, check your county's elections page for more results.